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Mar 20, 2011 8:00am EDT
by gadhafi's forces. in an interview this morning, u.s. joint chiefs chairman mike mull ensays the coalition attacks have effectively stopped that assault. and our candy crowley is talking to him on "state of the union" in an hour here on cnn. you'll be able to catch that. also a short time ago, we heard from libyan leader himself, gadhafi, who had plenty to say about the coalition strikes. >> translator: if the men were to be killed, the women will take over. we will hold the green flag high. they must know today that it is a confrontation between the libyan people and america, france, and britain. and the christian pact. all the libyans women and women are ready today to be leaders. but we will be victorious. you will be defeated. >> he also said the aggressors would never lay a hand on his land or soul. this was an audio message. it is tough to independently confirm even if we do believe it's him. we didn't see him this time. >> no, we didn't. we'll be looking at that in the hours ahead. colonel gadhafi, that gee fins we heard in the face of overnight coalition strikes and activity which
CNN
Mar 13, 2011 8:00am EDT
, delivering aid. more u.s. ships are expected today or later this week. search and rescue teams from fairfax county, virginia, are there, others from los angeles are expected in japan soon. japan's prime minister went on tv again today to assure people that every effort is being made to get to victims of this massive disaster. >> translator: so with regard to the earthquake and tsunami, i am confident that the japanese people can be united to work together to weather this difficulty. >> japan's meteorological agency says the worst may actually not be over. there's a good chance of a magnitude 7.0 or larger quake in the next three days. >>> rescue and recovery, they are japan's top two priorities right now. let's go live to the search for survivors. any sign of life where are you? >> reporter: well, randi, i can tell you that just standing and looking out the immediate rescue immediate rescue has sloan down because night has fallen. we're not hearing that many choppers on the air. the rescue crews on the ground are starting to pull back. they have to wait until daylight for the bulk of the ne
CNN
Mar 27, 2011 8:00am EDT
force that's include the u.s., france, and britain. all three are part of nato. arwa dame on is falling the rebels as they move from conquest to conquest. he joins us live. tell us what happened in brega and where you're headed now. >> reporter: we left brega and we stopped here because the opposition fighters told us that there were clashes happening up the road. we heard reports that is not the case. they have simply pulled back quite a ways from that critical town. but the opposition fighters here are telling us that yesterday there were clashes that lasted for around half an hour around ten miles down the road from here. they say that gadhafi's military sent in another battalion to reinforce those that were already fighting against the opposition fighters here. but they say that they then retreated fairly easily, fairly quickly. we're now hearing that the opposition is in full control there. we have not seen it for ourselves. they're telling us that they're in full control. these are most definitely significant developments for the fighters. bearing in mind that it was the last poin
CNN
Mar 6, 2011 8:00am EST
you. >>> with the violence spreading the u.s. state department is warning americans not to travel to yemen because of what it calls a high security threat level. citizens already there should consider leaving. antigovernment demonstrators are clashed with security forces in several parts of the country. in addition, we're hearing reports that al qaeda fighters killed four soldiers near the capital of sanaa. >>> back in the u.s., emergency workers are going door to door in rain, louisiana, this morning, checking homes damaged by a tornado that killed a 2 1-year-old woman. the town's mayor says the victim was killed when a tree fell on her house as she was protecting her daughter. the little girl, we're told, was not hurt. the tornado with winds as strong as 135 miles an hour left a five-mile path of damage. earlier this morning i asked a spokeswoman with the sheriff's office about damage to the town some 80 miles west of baton rouge. >> a lot of damage. i would say probably a quarter of the city of rain has been damaged in the storm as of this morning. probably 80% of the power has
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